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, we're getting quite a bit of water. i'm here on doc street, it is closed right now, i'm in between doc street bar and grille, armadillos, a lot of rain, a lot of the places people have to deal with the rain out there, on the chesapeake bay, when the bay and the wind comes up, the bay swells when it comes into town. my boots are 14" high. i haven't checked yet. at this point where i am the water level is almost 14". it is supposed to get a little higher. the restaurants and businesses are dealing with it, this isn't the first storm. annapolis has taken a lot of rain so far, some streets like doc street have been closed due to flooding, the city's emergency management center has been fully activated and is trying to do what they can for residents and businesses downtown. sandbags have been distributed to businesses. giveses have been through this before. appropriately named "storm brothers" is prepared. >> we'll be able to stay ahead of it with our pumps, we'll be able to keep our store dry. >> this kind of weather brings out the localities to see the action. some take it in stride.
distinguished professor of clinical minute at the wild cornell minute center. doc, good morning. >> good morning, happy labor day. >> jamie: good have you here. and -- it is very popular weight loss drug used in the country, if you take it, we want to you know there is a warning, studies are suggesting that the drug could lead to heart attack and stroke, and, doc, so could obesity, how do you balance it out. >> americans are always looking for a quick fix. people who are overweight realize, deep down, that the only way they are going to really lose weight and keep it off, is to watch their diet, and consume fewer calories, and stay physically active. that is the only way it is going to work over the loaning term. but, there are pills that suppress your appetite, and, one of them is meridia. it is very popular and it is said to be effective. i have to tell you, that in my own practice, i have not found it terribly effective. but, nevertheless, people are using it. what you want to know is that recent studies have shown that if you have a history of heart disease or stroke, or if you have any othe
see this white guy shoot the doc? right in the heart. you hear anything they were saying? no. but i think your shooter might've been another doc. why's that? because he had a cap with the hospital logo on it, you know, with the hands. anything else you can remember, edie? no. but i could use a soda. sure. come on. so? good new direction. i'm glad. like i said, trying to reach out. if we take this job, i'd like to get detective off desk duty. the one who clocked danner? will jeffries. up to my boss to drop those charges, not me. you putting a good word in couldn't hurt. that's true. i could make a call. could? will. captioning sponsored by warner bros. television !4 i'm ashaky! shaky!torm. and if you named your own price on car insurance, you could be picking up this tab yourself. so get allstate. [ dennis ] dollar for dollar, nobody procts you from mayhem like allstate. [ woman #2 ] i'd like to enjoy things again. [ woman #3 ] i feel these aches and pains. [ woman #4 ] the guilt. [ man ] my sleep just isn't right. [ woman #5 ] i'm so anxious. [ man #2 ] i need to focus. [ female an
and chewing tobacco is not the way to do it. >> jamie: i got it right! ding, one for colby! thanks, doc. do you like to read at night in bed, disturb the person you are with and turn the lights on, if it bothers your mate you will enjoy this. the doctor has a much brighter idea. all right, doc. let's see what you use at night. >> all right, here's -- here are my glasses. you get these over-the-counter, they come in 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3. and you put them on and you read. so, these are reading glasses, right? now, you are lying in bed at need and your wife is on the other side of the bed, she's turned the lights out and wants to go to sleep, you want to read. you feel guilty about putting the light on. hey, look... you see that? these lights are fantastic. these glasses are fantastic, put them on and they light up the book, you don't need any other lights. and, now i was surprised -- i just learned about this last week, i saw somebody wearing them, and i couldn't believe that i didn't know about it and i spoke to my eye doctor, and she didn't know about them. i went to one of the big eye stores,
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medical center. doc, good morning. >> good morning, i feel so great! after fasting yesterday! i didn't eat a thing yesterday. i feel good. psychologically, physically, ask me anything. >> jamie: is that your healthy monday tip? we'll get to that, folks, you don't have to fast! we wouldn't do that to you. last week you talked about what it means when the doctor puts a stethoscope up to the side of your neck and i haven't had the check-up yet. you said listen to both sides and listening to blockages that could exist in your carotid arteries which causes strokes, if you have it and told us specifically about the risks for men, so today i want to know, what about the ladies? >> right. well, since last week's show, there was another study i want to tell you about, this one indicates -- i told you that when they find a blockage, it can either be removed by ballooning it and putting a stent in or by operating on it and removing it and i said last week that men over 70 should have it done surgically, not the balloon and the stenting, because the incidence of stroke after surgery is much less than
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and has greatnformation for us every sunday. hey, doc. >> i want to talk to you a little bit about the flu shot. incidentally, i got my flu shot, nothing at all. now, the last te we talked about it, i emphasized that everybody should get a flu shot. you ow, in the old days, they said only if you were sick or older or more vulnerable, everybody over the age of six months should get it. i said last time that you only need one shot. but kids between the ages of six months and 8 years should get two shots. now, want to tell you something about the flu vaccine that i never mentioned before. they are making a different kind that they are recommending for people over the age of 65. it's the -- called the high dose flu shot and the rationale behind it it's more powerful and more apt to protect you. i'm going to tell you in my own practice, i am not recommending it to healthy people ovehe age of 65. first of all, it's four times more powerful and that means you're gonna get more side effects, more pain, more whatver. and also costs twiceth much although it's covered by medicare. i don't think -- th
get together, mommy docs and mom experts, celebrity moms. so, yeah! >> nice. cool. >> it will be really exciting and even you can participate at home by going to, and clicking on the doctor's motherhood survival club. we will have a motherhood survival club on the show where you can go and get tips and videos and clips from the show that all talk about not only motherhood but being a woman and sex and things you guys might wanna listen in on. >> we are part of it, too one way or another. >> absolutely right. always. >> in a few minutes i will about u go back to the brand-new web center. i am take your tweets, tweet them to @the doctors. >> maybe you have chest pain or maybe it's just a pimple. this year we are using a new tool that will take you inside the body like you have never seen before. i am excited about this! i am a bit of a nerd at times and this is what we're calling our magic wall! this is going to give you a look inside the human body like never before. so you may always just think about the body as being skin-deep. but the truth
. because when you get moving an hour a day... get up and play an hour a day, doc. check out how to be a player at that's... >>> in chinese culture, dance is used to express personal emotions and feelings. so it's no surprise that the girls we're about to meet have a special connection to dance and to each other. nicole has the story. ♪ >> reporter: no, these girls are not performing in beijing. chinese folk dance is actually becoming increasingly popular right here in the u.s. but this group of girls is dancing for a special reason. >> we're all like each other we're all connected. >> all the girls in this class were born in china and adopted by american families. >> well, i think it's a really supportive environment for us because you know that there are other girls that are kind of going through the same thing because we're all adopted. so you've known these girls for a really long time and you know that you can trust them with your, like, secrets. >> i want them to be proud that they're chinese, and you know now that they are also chinese-american, i don't wan
" because when you get moving an hour a day... get up and play an hour a day, doc. check out how to be a player at that's... >>> we're back at the san diego comic-con. al feldstein was the editor of "mad" magazine from the mid '50s to the mid '80s. >> there you are. >> i know. that's when i was young. >> reporter: he's also the man who helped introduce the world to alfred e. neuman. >> his face appeared on the cover of the valentine collection of "mad" comics in paperback form. the editor, bernie shircliff, of the paperback put this face on the cover, and when i saw it i felt that that would be a wonderful logo for "mad" because we were in an era where every corporation had a visual logo like the barking dog at rca or the green giant or the smith brothers. >> reporter: but the face needed a name. during the early comic book days, al often wrote under a pseudonym, a fake name. that name was alfred e. neuman. history was born. long before there was "the daily show," "mad" was poking fun at things many people took very seriously. al saw "mad's" role as telling readers
a day... get up and play an hour a day, doc. check out how to be a player at that's... >>> scientists in australia have a surprising report. it turns out that bees can count, at least up to four. when it comes to math, i guess we should give those bees an "a." >>> this report is brought to you by polo ralph lauren, the official apparel sponsor of the u.s. open tennis championships. >> please welcome venus williams. >> reporter: just before slamming serves at this year's u.s. open, venus williams held a unique event for fans around the world. a virtual tennis clinic that was live and interactive. >> this racket face should lead on your volley. so it really goes straight forward like so. >> reporter: the tennis superstar fielded questions from south dakota to south korea. >> etimira in japan says, which of your matches against your sister is the most memorable one for you? >> whoa. there's only been like 25. probably all the ones that i've won. so -- >> reporter: venus is also famous for her style, on and off the court. for this event she's wearing a limited edition
: they did warn holiday borders at marina and other docs of. >> there is a lot of voting going around, i would not going to water but it's a nice river. >> reporter: so far they have had no support of oiled birds or water -- or wildlife and it will be monitoring the situation overnight and will resume cleanup efforts tomorrow morning. reporting live in petaluma, jana katsuyama, k. to. >> a man scaled a 60 story building late this afternoon and police arrested him just after he finished his klein. he is a daredevil who calls himself "skyscaperman" print he is known for stunts and have scaled the tallest building in the us that used to be called the sears tower in chicago. officers were waiting for him at the top of the williams tower today. they probably took him into custody but not before he unfurled an american flag preaching made the climb using ropes and suction cups. >>> police are investigating the body of a man that was found. there was a large pool party at the hotel and some 400 people were at that party. police say they heard shots but did not see exactly what happened. the bo
a squad of officers to assist san bruno police last control and at their doc, but fortunately, there jail was almost a mile north of the incident, and the wind was blowing in our direction, so we avoided most everything like that. gavin newsom that is good, and i know all our departments are going through their personnel file. john, you mentioned you had a number of employees. anything you want to add? >> we did not check with all departments, but we are also having the department of human resources run a list of the addresses. so far, we have a list of about 24 addresses that may or may not be, so we will be reaching out to every one of those individuals as well as those the province. you may not think you have an employee who lives in san bruno, but he made. we have departments assigned here, so you will be getting a call from us. mayor newsom: animal welfare and patrol? you guys were sent out, and you have been helpful. thank you. if you could just let us know a little bit about what you have done. >> our apartment was on standby as early as 8:00 last night. we reached out to our count
to kron4 doc, where we have set up a special section. the giants have racked up their last trip of the regular season today, the giants stand the giants won the game 42. there are a half-game of on the padre's their first place in the national division. the fans are not wrapped up in had a fever. >> this is been the best they so far, >> inaudible south >> especially to get the back is an office as to where they're from the bidding said data for a while, and i'm getting a little tired have any of those guys, it is nice here is what do days. fifth >> the a's lost to the ranger's 60 to 9 today. the rangers led nine to one. texas came back with seven from the ninth of all white. the raiders and has not missed a field goal of the shortened for years, it did happen today given the arizona 2423 wins. it was the cardinal'' opener. they now have our record of one into. the loss for the 49ers the chiefs to dominating all the way, the chiefs got three touchdown passes from malice all. the final score 31 to attend. making this the third loss know when step for the giants. still had a look a
shurd is the president of docs for patient care. there are around 3,000 people in your group. you say you are nonpartisan but that sounds like a partisan message. >> well, megyn it would sound like a par partisan message exct that that's all that we have right now. i take care of republicans, i take care of democrats. what this really is about is the ability for doctors to take care of patients and for doctors and patients to remain in control of healthcare decision making. right now what we've got with obamacare is not really a system where doctors are going to be able to be in control of healthcare decision making once this gets fully implemented. it will be the secretary of health and human services that determines the protocols that i and my colleagues are able to participate -- are able to follow through with if we want to participate in the healthcare insurance exchanges, which is what every single american is going to be compelled to be part of if they are not receiving government healthcare from medica or medicaid. megyn: a couple of questions i want to get through with you. y
anniversary in 2010. who is, uh, dr. marten-- doc martens? um, the doctor is in for $2,000. who is doc holliday? uh, it's about time, $800. what is a second? a minute to go. it's about time, $1,200. what is a minute? no. kara or claire? what is an hour? an hour. 1/24. claire. sacred to this religion, $2,000. (laughs) what you gonna do this time, young lady? $1,000. $1,000, all right... what is hinduism? no, sorry. what is buddhism? back to you. about time, $2,000. what is a moment? $1,600, it's about time. what is "the yearling"? indiana, 12-- (beep) oh, we won't get those last few clues. let's go to final jeopardy! and reveal the category right now-- geographic terms. think about that, make your wagers. we'll return in a moment. duare almost inseparable. she lifts her calf to its firstr think about that, make your wagers. breath of air, then protects it on the long journey to their feeding grounds. one of the most important things you can do is help the next generation. at pacific life, we offer financial solutions to accomplish just that. ask a financial professional about pacific li
diabetes. matthew, on the right, is one of the top kidney docs on the planet, diabetes and its e fact. they're doing kilimanjaro. kill man jar row is -- kilimanjaro is no easy walk. that's coming up shortly. we do a web extra where matthew discusses how desalted diabetes is being -- adult diabetes is being seen in juveniles. it's a shocking development along the lines of a sedentary society. >> how about that. sharon's got wjz traffic control. record tying heat, a hurricane and the tropical effects on maryland. everything you need to know. we'll answer all those questions coming up shortly. ,,, [ female announcer ] new real fruit smoothies from mccafé are real fruit, as in strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and bananas, which makes them really delicious. ♪ that's what we're made of. ♪ >>> right now is it's 71. 1% humidity -- 81% humidity. barometer is 30 inches of mercury. we've been watching the barometer slowly but surely fall. yesterday 30.07. now to 30 inches of mercury. right now we got to talk go temperatures and how the majority of everyone on these two displays are going
kids news," i'm cheryl. because when you get moving an hour a day... get up and play an hour a day, doc. check out how to be a player at that's... >> > with the economy struggling, a lot of people are trying to spend less on everything. and college tuition is no exception. according to the website, more than half of high school students are considering attending less prestigious colleges in order to save money. hey, no matter what school you go to, you'll still be successful. >>> if you like to look around yard sales, take a look at this. they call it the world's largest yard sale. and no one is disputing the claim. 650 miles of stuff stretching from ohio to alabama. the route runs through five states and a national park. and with all that room, it's still hard for sellers to find a spot to set out their wares. it's been going on every august for 22 years, and it gets bigger every year. >>> dr. henry heimlich has saved thousands of lives by inventing the heimlich maneuver. courtney was lucky enough to learn from the doctor how to handle different scenarios in
're in the house. you may recognize these docs from tv and they're here to share five-minute health fixes with you. and it's the one meal a day they eat out of your sight. how to pack the best school lunch for less. >>> so the big debate in washington and at dinner tables across the country, the bush tax cuts. with congress having to act by january 1st to either extend them or let them expire, we want to know what affect those decisions could have on your bottom line. josh levs is here to show us what you might be paying the irs next year. >> steph, so we keep hearing this debate. but how will it affect your bottom line. we have a few examples we're using from the tax calculator at the tax policy center. and i want to introduce you to that. you can take a look at them and see how their taxes would change. this is our friendly neighborhood avatar couple. let's say their income is about $57,000 right now and right now they're paying taxes of about $3,500 a year. if the tax cuts went away, this couple would be paying about $2,000 more in taxes. and that's a lot of money. a big chunk of change for thi
in annapolis, i'm live, don harrison for abc 2 news. >> go dry out. thanks for that report. >>> dunn doc and essex had to deal with flooded areas and other problems from the rain roosevelt leftwich has more on that. >> reporter: it was a mess, you had a lot of little roads in neighborhoods that had large pools of standing water. they were water midway up my calf here. it's been a big problem but the problem is it has been not so bad like you saw up in rosedale earlier, in fact this has been more of an issue of this being -- where high water has been more of an inconvenience than a huge problem. for folks along peach orchard drive this dundalk this happens at least twice a year. however, this year, make it that three times. it is sits low and when the water roles, for the matter sons, it's nothing. it's the back yard they are really worried about. that's because their back yard sits right up against peach orchard creek. the ground is covered in water but it hasn't come up to the house yet. they remember isobel and what it did. but the tide isn't high and that's a good thing. >> reporter:
. >> thanks for having us. because when you get moving an hour a day... get up and play an hour a day, doc. check out how to be a player at that's... >> eden: four american states begin with an "a." and three of those states also end with an "a." arizona, alabama and alaska. arkansas ends with an "s." thought it sounds like a "w." go figure. >> jessica: when it comes to sweets there are two fundamental camps. the people who love chocolate and the people who love vanilla. troy investigates the origins of these popular flavors. i love chocolate, i'd choose chocolate over vanilla in a second. >> i love vanilla because chocolate is always too, i don't know what the word for it is, but i just hate chocolate. >> chocolate bars, chocolate smoothies, anything chocolate. >> troy: both vanilla and chocolate are derived from plants that were originally discovered by ancient indians in mexico. and both plants were coveted for their delicious fruits, but that's where the similarities between chocolate and vanilla end. to get the scoop on america's favorite flavors, we met with a teen volu
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.com and tell him why you disagree. i'm feeling fine. what is my temperature, doc? >> see you next week. >>> can you hear more of wisdom and dave's discussion on our web site, click on the off the wall page. stay with us because we have much more straight head. your weather, your traffic and your top stories as fox 5 morning news at 5:00 begins right now. it is labor day on this monday morning. it is september 6th, 2010. we get a live look outside. a lot of folks have this
in florida, his number one, every patient that comes into him, eh, number one is joint pain. "doc, i can't, i can't even walk with my wife anymore because i have lower back pain". golfers, golfers can't play golf anymore. give me a quick, i'll tell you a quick story, just, not two, three weeks ago at the club i jumped in, bumped into a guy, don't even know him, his name's garry. garry comes up to me, he doesn't even know what i do for a living, >ok >>he sees me on the stepper, >ight >> nd he is complaining about his knee. and i'm talking to him about golfing. he's got a, i don't know anything about golf, but he's got a three handicap. i guess that's pretty good. >yeah. that is. >>ell he's traveling to texas to be in a tournament. and he's in the senior division >k >>ause he fifty five years old. and he says "jim, i'm telling you, my left knee is hurting me so bad that i can barely golf anymore". and he said "i've tried all the..", he said "i tried the drugs then they pulled 'em from the market, i've tried natural glucosamine and these products, nothing worked". and i said "here i got a produc
muerte de cesar mercado se trató de un homicidio o un suicidio que recibió al mmpactoprimer doc primpuñalampactoyprimeríaacto g que al parecer impac él mismoprl campamento dónde fue impac aniq el mono coman cantante militar imer ic. to traslado a bogotá en medio de despositivo de seguridad y adriana nos cuenta más. >> en un avión fuerte escoltado llegó el cuerpo del mono. >> en un avión fuerte escoltado llegó el cuerpo del mono. er impactoprimer impactoprimerhp colombia bairn confirmoó que días antes de la operación había puesto un sistema global gps en la inteligenciaer impe lapr int. >> primeras imagen de los que quedó. y que hallaron 20 computadoras y 68 memorias "u" s. b que están en podo dlaer inteligencia militar. >> algunos de losprh@ tantsz de tendió morir imh@primer impacto y tenía su enfermedad alimer i y él mandaba que probaran primero la comida de él. >> la dueña del único restaurant impacmacarena no olvidaprimer r primgancia. >> se pren y dijo yo mpactosoy,y actoprimer impactoprimer impact >> se pren y dijo yo mpactosoy,y actoprimer impactoprim
domingo en su república deportiva a las once de la mañana este, docto pacífico y esto por mi parte sigan con más del primer el pacto. >> buen fin de semana. >> estudio aptos regresaron alcohol gía y dueños de mascotas buscan un lugar especial dónde cuid impactoprimer impactoprimh enseñen algoprimmpactoprimer út primers con el informe, que uno satisface hasta el gusto más exigente, ahí se loer impactopr. >> y darle el trato a animales es quererlo exageradamente pero contribuyen que el animal esté confiado y menos ansioso. >> atención al perro y ella siento te que le están hablando que no está sola que le cuentan un cuento y es una entero acción con perrita y se siente que es parte y la pasa muy bien y se siente cómoda. >> sé que puede sonar graciosa pero los rel ja, los calma la voz humana cuando es re lax los calma y los ayuda a dormir en un lugar nuevo o diferente que no es su casa. >> qué tenemos aquí? . >> este el tamaño de perros que son... como aquí. el salón especial. el salón sdefrpado para perros con necesidades especiales. es ciego. y tiene este cuarto por u
to kron4 doc, were we have set up a special section. a death row inmates in sequinned has asked a federal goal scorer, to hold his execution. he also chewed refuse to choose his hat to a biblical injunction terry brown is scheduled to be executed just after midnight on wednesday. he is sentenced to die for raping and killing a 15 your goal in riverside county in 1980. he led the new deadline passed, without using one drug or two or three drug cartel. ifs his attorneys: the tories unconstitutionally mid-level. a man was killed by police december cisco, happen that a residential hotel, please were responding to a noise complaint. they claim when he approached a man the dome and pulled a gun, they're saying that he had mental health and drug problems. you're looking at the swat officers of franklin is said francisco today. police that the entire day try to talk the man out of his apartment. port of how it did officers said that the man ran back to his billing, >> we have had a hostage negotiation team out here we try to talk about for the less than ours. he has refused to come out. we deploy
use is it to now complain about them or it? >> well it's a good point. docs have been complaining about this for a while. we were not happy about this. an independence daly poll was done last spring indicating that most doctors were not in favor of this. the ama has the white code representation in the white house which is very disingenuous. we believe we can work toward flipping the house, defunding this legislation before -- if perhaps a legislative victory occurs that declares it unconstitutional, and/or we can get eventually repealed and replaced. it's not a good legislation. it elevates nonphysician providers through legislative fiat to perform the role that physicians traditionally perform. that is not going to be good for healthcare, most people don't want that. megyn: you're an anesthesiologist, how will this creep into your practice, affect what you do. >> it down grades physicians, nonphysician providers within my specialty for instance, nurse a necessary ta cysts do a wonderful job but we believe to be under supervision. this he will virginia later nurse practitioners,
. marc siegl to talk about which changes he might back if he were in washington. good to see you, doc, thanks for coming in. >> reporter: hi, rick. >> let's say you are running for congress. you won't be the first md to serve in congress, there are a few others. what do you do when you get there, do you repeal it, change it, fix it what do you do. >> reporter: the american people are not happy witness. i don't think they are unhappy with it because of the deficit problem, that's huge that's abstract to most americans. most americans are afraid of all the government oversight, they are afraid of the idea that government oversight means one size fits all at a time when we are inventing solutions that work for you and not for me. they are afraid of rising premiums when we cover everyone with a preexisting condition. and they are afraid of the fact that the insurance may buy them another ticket to the er which is already overcrowded. how do we fix that? first ever all we mak make insue portable across state lines. that introduces healthy competition. decrease the amount of government over
, this is a simple, simple fix. so it's -- it's a good day. >> a look at doc hendly. one of the cnn heroes of 2010 were announced. i want to walk you over to the wall here, introduce you to them and show you how you can vote right now. this is the main page of down here you'll see the names of ten, the top ten cnn heroes selected by our blue ribbon panel. these ten will each receive $25,000 and a shot at cnn hero of the year. but we need you to vote for the one you think should be the hero of the year. you get the information on each one by clicking on their fan page. i'm just going to pick magnus mcfarland-burrow here. i'm picking him randomly. he's championing children. in the bottom left there's the meet magnus section, his organization feeds more than 4,000 kids every day around the world. next to that, there's the story about the hero, and check out get involved to see how you can join him in the fight against childhood hunger. again we're using him as an example. any of the ten would be worthy of being hero of the year and that's up to you. after you pick each fan page, pick t
still see him. - you just said he was in-- - copenhagen. - come on. - that's pretty far. - doc, look who's in town. - ellen! - copenhagen? - cool, right? vacation. - but still seeing patients. ( whispers ) workaholic. - i heard that. - she said it. - i-- cisco-- introducing healthpresence. >>> coast guard rescuers are responding to an oil platform explosion in the gulf of mexico. the platform located about 80 miles off the coast of louisiana, not in deep water. all 13 people have been evacuated. money may have been injured. else in the gulf, engineers are removing the cap from the broken well that caused the deepwater horizon rig to explode in april. crews will try to lift the broken blowout preventer from the sea floor. that's an important piece of evidence. officials do not expect oil to continue gushing. >>> two u.s. troops were killed in action in afghanistan on the same day defense secretary robert gaipts arrived on a surprise visit to kabul. he flew there from baghdad with meetings with karzai and general petraeus. a. >>> federal chairman ben bernanke says if one lesson is to be l
.m.. >> this is an important room to me. this is my doc-side office of. i wanted to build it as close to the hudson as i could. it is such a counter point to the frantic news business. and i'm very, very proud and comfortable in this room. proud because of all the medals. they are kind of remembrances from the various units we've worked with and served with in afghanistan and iraq and other places around the world. these are far more important to me an emmisses or any other rewards. this is where i sit. this is where i wrote my two books. and this is where a man can find solitude. >> and this is my prize possession and i'm proud of my family and what they represent. but there's another woman in my life, my trustee old sailboat voyager. you saw it there. i'll introduce you to her. and part two of our celebration of 4֖pp - hi, i'm halle berry, and as a new mom, i can tell you that childhood is a magical time. but for children with diabetes, life is not quite so carefree. the barbara davis center for childhood diabetes is fighting hard to find a cure. know the signs: irritability, excessive urination, weight
the federal government what the patients tell the dock t doc walker do . second states rights. third the cost of healthcare because the statute tells the insurance carrier hass to charge and what to do with the money that they receive. and the most interesting one, the one you talked about, the individual mandate. question, can the federal government order people to buy something that they may not want to buy? and that has never been tested in a court before but once in richmond, virginia where another federal judge said i'm not going to throw out the case because, quite frankly, the feds have never claimed the authority to tell people that they have to buy something if they don't want to buy it. >> shepard: and what is your sense on where this thing goes? >> i think that those four challenges will prevail. i think that this federal judge will dismiss those four parts of the statute. shep, it is 2700-pages long. the challenge is for four parts. the four most significant parts. there are many, many, many other regulations there that will remain and that will be appealed by the federal governme
on the economy shares his funny side. uh, doc? i just got your e-mail. i'm out for the season? don't worry about that. i switched to sprint's $69.99 plan, so i get unlimited e-mails. what -- what does that mean? it means i'm dropping you from my fantasy team, that's for sure. what does that mean about my knee? oh, your knee's totally shattered. did you see how hard that guy hit you? i-i don't want to see -- hey, hey, hey. relax. you're not costing me any extra. [ male announcer ] only sprint gives you unlimited deaf, hard-of-hearing ngand peoe text, b, and calling with speech disabilities, to any mobile for just $69.99. access sprint. the now network. [ technician ]re you busy? management just sent over these new technical manuals. they need you to translate them into portuguese. by tomorrow. [ male announcer ] ducati knows it's better for xerox to manage their global publications. so they can focus on building amazing bikes. with xerox, you're ready for real business. unlike fish oil, megared softgels are small and easy to swallow with no fishy smell or aftertaste. try mega
-thirsty freaks. it explains one -- explains one con us food, doc, there is such glam morization in these teen vampire movies, they make it seem sexy and appealing, and it is mixed with passion. oh shut up. anyway, are you like me and not convinced that this is real? for more we go to our vampire correspondent, count fabulous. >> ♪ i want to hold them ♪ can't read my ♪ no can't read my poker face ♪ >> he had a compelling argument. and then i noticed he had a "mind freak" poster. you don't deserve to live. >> that was chris. >> by the way, the high cameraman is laughing. >> you thought he was laughing at you. he just laughs. >> he is laughing at last night's joke. >> he likes my earlier talking points. >> my theory is, this is one of those things that pops up after a major trend that isn't true. it is completely fake, and this doctor is quoted sh but he has no evidence. >> why would you think it is not true? we have a coffee party in this country. why would you think this couldn't exist? of course it exists. but my problem is from a parent perspective, is this the condom conversation wi
will be answering folks' questions live. if you go to nbcwashington doc about earl's impact. locally for us here and maybe if you're traveling, we'll give you a little forecast. >> thanks. >> still to come, there is new information coming out about yesterday's hostage taking and discovery headquarters. we're standing by for a live news conference. >>> and find out about the high-tech way some school are easing parent fears by tracking students as they get on and off school buses. >>> welcome back to news4 at 4:00. i'm pat lawson muse. >> i'm jim handly. police are still gathering evidence from that discovery headquarters in silver spring 24 hours after a gunman with explosives held three people hostage. >> the stand-off lasted four hours until police shot and killed the suspect. he's been identified as 43-year-old james lee. workers were allowed back in the building for a few hours this morning for a company-wide meeting with the president. there were grief counsellors on hand for anyone who needed them. >> employees are being allowed to stay home until after the labor day holiday. the discovery
him why you disagree. i'm feeling fine. what is my temperature, doc? >> two degrees. >> see you next week. >> can you hear more of wisdom and dave's discussion on our web site, just click on the off the wall page. >> straight ahead now at #:00, security being stepped up nationwide ahead of the anniversary of the 9-11 attacks. we'll talk more about that after the break. >>> we'll check out your morning commute for you and taken a look at weather when fox 5 morning news comes back. c
.com and tell him why i'm feeling fine with my temperature, doc. see you next week. >>> and you can hear more of wisdom and dave's discussion, if you want to call it that, on our website. go to and click on the off the wall page. >>> some other scores in sports. united lost to columbus 1-0. >>> american idol has lost another judge. who is out now. >>> and what is this dancing about in iowa? we'll explain this record- setting event when we return.  >>> well, there is a new hokie pokey world record. more than 7,000 people shook it all about in coralville, iowa, to get into the guinness book for the biggest hokie pokey dance ever. who knew there was already one on record. they beat the record by about 2500 people. >>> and another judge is leaving american idol. it's been confirmed that kara dioguardi is moving on. she said it's time to move on to other projects. simon cowell and ellen degeneres left after the past season. jennifer lopez and steven tyler are widely rumored to be new judges. >> it will be interesting to see. >> it will be. and as we were discussing, we'll see which o
and photos from your kron4 doc com. we also have information about site to contact investigators with information or the local red cross. braniff >> cooler temperatures out there today. these the most lots around the bay, the sea breezes pincushion of ocean air into the bait. '60s for concord in fairfield. so mild in antioch 71 degrees. if this is going to translate into a cooler day tomorrow. we have san jose right now,. clause will be moving into the bay area, after midnight look for cloudy conditions arkansas or with glaze get gray skies. it may take until the afternoon before the clouds care of. in some locations like san francisco and oakland. the filing for the afternoon our sunshine and temperatures generally in the '60s to the bay '70s in land, for tuesday still warm and morning fog. we're looking at some drizzle in some spots, but the fog should clear more clearly picked. that should mean a more slightly warmer day. generally rose in this mild weather pattern through the of the week. by the weekend there is a chance for an early season storm system perhaps a little bette
or one jobs dried from accommodate. to read all about the cartoon is going into hiding on the kron4 doc com. officials >> look outside traffic on the jeans like consensus for comic ads to this fog try and solve things up. traffic on highway 80 headed towards a large deck for the bay bridge, no problems there. the bottom of your screen that traffic had itself on on what one also moving at a real good clip of this hour. we will be right back. path nouncer ] we know jerry brown was mayor of oakland, but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now. the guys who drive a heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat ou
kron4 news. >> in the information further e- mail us if people behaving about where kron4 doc com. some people are getting a free ride with this one is legal. there were freeboard to goods given up today as part of the military past program. the tickets were presented to 49 police brigade, during the year until rubin welcomed today. bart has earmarked to sell some dollars worth of tickets for all service members. free $50 tickets are available to any member of the military to return from iraq or afghanistan. well might be hotter in the bay area, but the midwest this facing bigger weather problems, if this gives you an idea of the problems, and recovery efforts. >> he is not over we are expecting another warm-up. it was like cool down for tomorrow, the son of the bay area spots, but as we had some money we could get up to the triple digits the whole forecast coming up in a few minutes. in the local t-ball league, and i always get a little worried when i watch the games, because they could hurt themselves... and doctors are so expensive and...what if -- [ umpire ] safe!! what do you mean
whenever i am out with the individuals is questions on doc fix. what do we say? this is been kicked down the road for quite a bit. what are we to tell our residence when they want to know about doc fix? >> excellent question. first, it did this woman of round of applause. she is doing a great job for us. they've been answering questions for our seniors, they are always available, and i thank you for the time you put in to try to help our seniors understand the complexities of health care. it is not easy. that is the debate over the last two years selling. we're very much interested in trying to provide the type of support that you need. your question dealt with doc fix. the problem we have -- you look at it from two points of view. you can let it get scoring or a government expenditure. in view. it could be difficult to fix. no one expects the system to kick in. it is part of the base budget. why not week in cement in the base budget rather than find the offset to pay for something that is already agreed would never happen? if you look at it as an all said, it is a lot of money to fix it
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